No Churn Oreo Ice Cream

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  • Creamy vanilla ice cream filled with oreo cookie crumbs and chunks of crunchy cookies. Your new favorite ice cream.

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    This No-churn method requires only four simple ingredients and no special equipment making it easier than ever to have homemade Oreo Ice Cream whenever you want!

    Oreo Ice Cream Recipe without An Ice Cream Maker

    There is really nothing better on a hot day than a nice bowl of ice cream. And homemade ice cream is even better.

    No-churn ice cream is simple to make, requires just a few ingredients, and there are endless flavor combinations.

    oreo ice cream in waffle cones

    This oreo ice cream, with the familiar cookies and cream flavor, is always a favorite and you can get creative with it and use any of the unique or limited edition oreo flavors as well.

    Because no churn ice cream doesn’t require any cooking or special equipment it is a fun recipe to get the kids involved with and they will enjoy coming up with new flavor combos. 

    Ingredients

    You only need four ingredients in order to make this homemade oreo ice cream.

    ingredients for no churn oreo ice cream
    • Heavy Whipping cream (heavy cream) – The heavy cream, once whipped, is what will give the ice cream the light and fluffy texture.
    • Sweetened condensed milk – Don’t get this confused with evaporated milk. The sweetened condensed milk helps thicken the mixture and adds the sweetness that ice cream needs.
    • Vanilla extract – make sure it is a pure extract, not imitation. The best way to do this is homemade, of course.
    • Oreos – I used the regular, original oreo for this recipe. However, you could use double stuffed, or any of the oreo variations you like. There are endless flavor options and seasonal mixes available. If you want to get downright sinful, add a handful of mini chocolate chips too.

    How to Make No-Churn Oreo Ice Cream

    Before you begin you will want to prepare the oreos for the ice cream. 

    Place 1 row of the oreos (9 oreos in my package) in a blender or food processor and pulse until you have small crumbs.

    container of oreo cookies

    Crumble 1 row of the oreos (another 9 oreos) into small chunks. You can use your fingers and simply break them apart or place them in a ziplock bag and smash them with a rolling pin. Either works fine, depending on how small you want your crumbles, though smashing them is quite satisfying (and a fun way to get out any aggression).

    Reserve the final row to decorate the top of the ice cream.

    Now you can begin making the Oreo Ice Cream.

    One – Add the heavy cream and vanilla to a large bowl. Using a hand mixer, beat the cream on high until it begins to thicken. This can be done using an electric hand mixer or a stand mixer with the whisk attachment.

    blending heavy whipping cream in a bowl

    Two – Add the condensed milk and continue to beat until the cream holds soft peaks. 

    blending with sweetened condensed milk

    Three – Fold in the oreo cookie crumbs, then fold in the crushed oreos.

    folding in oreo cookies to batter

    Four – Pour the ice cream into a loaf pan, crumble the rest of the cookies on top and decorate with whole cookies if desired. Place in the freezer and allow to set at least 8 hours, or overnight. 

    placing ice cream in a loaf pan

    Once the Oreo Ice Cream is set you can scoop and serve as desired. 

    No-Churn vs Churned Ice Cream

    There are a few differences between traditional churned ice cream and no-churn ice cream. Both in the ingredients and the process used to make it.

    Traditional ice cream requires a few more ingredients and more equipment to make. Churned ice cream often begins by making a custard with eggs and cream, heating it on the stove and then adding it to an ice cream maker where it is slowly churned while it is frozen.

    angle view of no churn ice cream in a loaf pan

    The process of churning while freezing creates the smooth ice cream and prevents crunchy crystals from forming.

    No-churn ice cream, on the other hand, requires no heating or special equipment to make. You simply mix the ingredients in a bowl, pour it in a container and toss it in the freezer to set.

    There is a definite texture difference between the two with traditional ice cream being a bit firmer and smoother. No-churn ice cream like this Oreo Ice Cream tends to be fluffier and it will melt quite a bit quicker at room temperature than churned ice cream will.

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    No Churn Oreo Ice Cream

    Creamy vanilla ice cream filled with Oreo cookie crumbs and chunks of crunchy cookies. No-churn Oreo Ice Cream requires only 4 easy ingredients and no ice cream maker!
    Prep Time15 mins
    Freeze Time8 hrs
    Total Time8 hrs 15 mins
    Course: Dessert
    Cuisine: American
    Keyword: no churn oreo ice cream, oreo ice cream
    Servings: 8
    Calories: 211kcal
    Author: Deanna Hill

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    • Place 9 oreos in a blender or food processor and pulse until you have small crumbs and set aside.
    • Crumble 9 oreos into small pieces with your hands, or place in a ziplock bag and crush with a rolling pin and set aside.
    • Add the heavy cream and vanilla to a large bowl. Beat with a hand mixer just until it begins to thicken.
    • Add the condensed milk and continue to beat until soft peaks are beginning to form.
      mixing oreo cookie batter
    • Fold in the crumbs, followed by the crumbled oreos.
      folding in oreos
    • Pour the mixture into an 8×4 loaf pan.
      placing in loaf pan
    • Break the remaining 9 oreos over the top of the ice cream, or decorate with whole oreos.
    • Place in the freezer for at least 8 hours, or overnight to freeze.
    • Scoop and serve as desired.
    • If you've tried this recipe, come back and let us know how it was in the comments or ratings!

    Nutrition

    Calories: 211kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 22g | Saturated Fat: 14g | Cholesterol: 82mg | Sodium: 23mg | Potassium: 47mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 875IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 39mg | Iron: 1mg
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